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Author of The Emotion Thesaurus: A Writer's Guide To Character Expression, The Positive Trait Thesaurus: A Writer's Guide to Character Attributes and The Negative Trait Thesaurus: A Writer's Guide to Character Flaws. Co-Founder of One Stop For Writers, a powerhouse online library that must be seen to be believed. https://onestopforwriters.com/ Also writes Middle Grade, is represented by Jill Corcoran and blogs at Writers Helping Writers.
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The Emotional Wound Thesaurus: A Writer’s Guide to Emotional Trauma is out in the world! Full disclosure: this book was not easy to write. Emotional wounds are...
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Hi everyone! I thought as we all sit on pins and needles waiting for our book launch event on October 25th for The Emotional Wound Thesaurus: A Writer’s Guide to...
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Jobs are as important for our characters as they are for real people. A character’s career might be their dream job or one they’ve chosen due to necessity....
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I would imagine that nearly every writer has an understanding of why they write. Most of us have been lifelong readers. Most of us have deeply respected and admired...
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Jobs are as important for our characters as they are for real people. A characters career might be their dream job or one theyve chosen due to necessity. In your...
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As writers we spend most of our time torn between needing to write and needing to market what we’ve written. Then, when we’re writing, our focus is often on...
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What’s the right ending for your novel? This isn’t a simple question to answer, because there are many factors to consider. But the first thing you want to...
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Hi everyone! I had a smattering of things to mention so I thought I’d stuff then all into this one post. First off, a big Happy Thanksgiving to all the...
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It’s hard to believe that it’s been a year since we started the Resident Writing Coach program, but here we are! This program, designed to bring you...
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Youre coming to the end of the tunnel, and you see a bright light illuminating the finish line. You are almost through writing your novel! If youve done your homework,...
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If you’ve hung around Writers Helping Writers at all over the past year, you’ll know that Angela and I have been kind of obsessed with character wounds. For...
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Happy to welcome our editor and friend C.S. Lakin to the blog for a special post on story structure. Please read on! “How do I write a great...
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Jobs are as important for our characters as they are for real people. A character’s career might be their dream job or one they’ve chosen due to necessity....
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The incomparable Kristen Lamb is here today to talk about flashbacks. If you don’t know how knowledgeable Kristen is, you’ll know by the end of the post,...
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"In these brilliantly conceived, superbly organized and astonishingly thorough volumes, Angela Ackerman and Becca Puglisi have created an invaluable resource for writers...
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